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The Pickaway Plains are located south of Circleville in central Ohio. They are a series of rolling hills that once were covered with prairie. Sand and rock deposits left behind as glaciers retreated created these hills.
 
The Pickaway Plains are located south of Circleville in central Ohio. They are a series of rolling hills that once were covered with prairie. Sand and rock deposits left behind as glaciers retreated created these hills.
  
 
During the 1600s and 1700s, the Pickaway Plains were home to the Shawnee Indians as well as several other groups of Native Americans. The Shawnee lived in a number of villages on the Pickaway Plains because of the area
 
During the 1600s and 1700s, the Pickaway Plains were home to the Shawnee Indians as well as several other groups of Native Americans. The Shawnee lived in a number of villages on the Pickaway Plains because of the area
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The Pickaway Plains are located south of Circleville in central Ohio. They are a series of rolling hills that once were covered with prairie. Sand and rock deposits left behind as glaciers retreated created these hills.

During the 1600s and 1700s, the Pickaway Plains were home to the Shawnee Indians as well as several other groups of Native Americans. The Shawnee lived in a number of villages on the Pickaway Plains because of the area